In this week's KDE Commit-Digest, Frederik Gladhorn writes about the current state of development in KDE-Accessibility.
As usual, there is also a change list that includes:
- Marble gets the first version of FlightGear position provider
- KPhotoAlbum saves the video length in a database; search for the length is also possible
- KWebkitParts gets an option that allows the user to disable the internal handling of flash and java applets
- KDE-PIM extends the notes class; there are some new properties
- Calligra allows dragging of selected text. It works with drag and drop too.
- Amarok can write album covers to iPods and USB Mass Storage devices; changes in cover art reading and writing
- Solid adds proper support for volumes, storage disks and storage access, which was not working on Windows
- Soprano uses non-Qt local socket communication on Unix systems.
Read the rest of the Digest here.